Greek Week

Since 1959 Greek Week has been an annual tradition in our Greek community where we as fraternity and sorority members come together around events to celebrate being Greek.

Greek Week is coordinated and planned by the Greek Week Steering Committee that reaches out to all fraternities and sororities at Ball State. The Greek Week Steering Committee is led by student leaders who communicate with the Interfraternity Council (IFC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Panhellenic Council (PHC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)and chapter liaisons.

Greek Week provides fraternities and sororities the opportunity to foster unity and share the common bond of being Greek at Ball State. Greek Week is a time in the spring which allows members of organizations that usually do not have interaction to have the opportunity to forge new lifelong friendships with others.  Most importantly, the purpose of Greek week is to celebrate being Greek!

If you have any questions regarding Greek Week or want to learn more about the programs or the steering committee, please contact any committee member.

If you are interested in sitting on the 2015-2016 Greek Week Steering Committee, job descriptions can be found here and the application can be found here.